• G0KSC designed 3el, 40M & 6el 20M (Force 12)

    This antenna uses the G0KSC OP-DES design on both 40m and 20m to provide full-band coverage on each.

  • 6 x 7el WOS 50MHz LFA Yagi

    175' fully rotating tower and 6 x 7el 50MHz WOS LFA Yagis at W7EW

  • 3 el 24MHz LFA Yagi by InnovAntennas

    Serious low-noise performance for the HF bands too!

  • 4 x 6el 50MHz LFA Yagis @ DL5WP

    Those that do their research and want low noise Yagis choose G0KSC designs!

  • 4 x 11el 144MHz LFA's @ F3EGA

    Excellent G/T figure antenna array ensuring F3EGA can hear and be heard!

  • G0KSC Monoband 14MHz Log Periodic

    With a boom of just 2m and F/B in excess of 20dB including full-band coverage, this is a super-compact Field day antenna!

  • 4 x 24el 432MHz LFA @ PA2V

    PA2V selected G0KSC LFAs (built by InnovAntennas) when he wanted the very best in EME performance!

  • 4el 27MHz LFA Yagi by InnovAntennas

    A 4 element 27MHz LFA by InnovAntennas. The LFA can handle 20KW plus and does for many radio stations, commerical and hobby!

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On Tuesday 24th August 2010, a bright star in the HAM radio sky, faded and dissapeared for the last time


It is with great sadness I report the passing of Peter Hale, G4OAD.

Peter Hale G4OAD (SK)Peter  who was 88 years old when he died, was a true inspiration to many and gave so much to the hobby he loved and fellow hams around him for so many years. He was a keen CW man and tought the code to many including myself some 25 years ago. I recall visiting Peter several times each week to practise face to face and remember with fondess his stories of his days in the armed forces where he formed part of a Tank crew.


Peter was also a Morse examiner in years past and provided 'teaching' serivces daily on S10 (144MHz band) for all those interested in learning. He was also an active member of several local Ham radio clubs too, and one of the many visitors to my talk and presentation at the Chelmsford Radio Society earlier this year.

He leaves a wife and son who along with the HAM radio community, will miss him and his dry sense of humour very much.


  - - ...  ... - - Peter, God Bless You.


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